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Mary Balogh, Bespelling Jane Austen Quotes: She had made reason and common sense her gods. She had allowed people who did not know what she knew or understand what she unstood to be her mentors.
         

She had made reason and common sense her gods. She had allowed people who did not know what she knew or understand what she unstood to be her mentors.


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